Accessibility improvements in the the kitchen will be a great boost to the indepence of many people who live with disability - and there's more improvements to be made if you ask disbility advocate and PhD student Jerusha Mather.
A passionate chef herself, her impaired fine motor skills as a result of her cerebral palsy has seen her reach for accessible kitchenware.
Examples of items which are adaptable include:
But these do not always work with success, according to Jerusha.
For many people living with disability, the support the receive from parents or loved ones is not a permanent solution to improving accessibility when it comes to cooking.
Her desire for greater independence in the kitchen motivated Jerusha to start a stronger push for change.
Read Jerusha's full opinion piece via the Sydney Morning Herald website